As women’s cancer rates rise in India, a trend is emerging in several states, where a boom in women with breast cancer has begun.
The new trends, some of which have been in the news in recent months, include the proliferation of cancer-related breast-cancer screenings in many rural communities.
The results of these screenings are a boon to women and are now being used by many cancer clinics in the country, including some in rural areas.
But the rise in the number of breast- cancer screenings in rural India has also attracted attention in the national capital, New Delhi.
The new trend, which is now seen as a success in many parts of India, is being celebrated in a number of cities.
In Mumbai, a young woman is a poster child of the trend.
The 28-year-old, who is a cancer survivor herself, has recently become the face of a campaign launched by the city’s Moolgaon Medical Centre.
The Moolgafon Campaign is dedicated to helping the city achieve its goal of getting cancer screenings for all of its citizens by the end of 2021.
Moolgala Campaigner Srinivasa Rangaswamy told The Hindu that she hopes the campaign will be seen as an example to the rest of India.
“We are trying to get all of our citizens to be screened,” she said.
“We hope this campaign will make other people realise that they can do something for cancer patients.”
In some of the other cities where the Moolgal campaign is being promoted, such as Delhi, the awareness of the new trend is spreading.
In the city of Bhopal, the campaign is also spreading.
“When we had this event in January, we were surprised and delighted to see such a huge number of people who came to support us.
It was such a great success and we are planning to continue with similar events,” said Arjun Ramasamy, a local resident.